Powerpoint….ugh

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Micro-SOFT Chaplains…has stripped all creativity and authenticity from the Army. I have used ppt to make some decent flyers, slides, and other military type briefs and, although it is easy for some, it enables horrific designs for others. What is even worse, are the corporate Microsoft templates some use to ‘spice’ up their event. What […]

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Chaplain Logo v 2.0?

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I love the U.S. Army Chaplain crest and logo!  But what if you had the chance to redesign it.  What would it look like?  What kind of process would you go through to design it?  What would your crest say?         Click on the image 😉

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Food for small groups

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I‘m always a little hesitant when ministers/chaplains or ministries have to buy and advertise food for their communities or small groups.  If you inspire people to believe what you believe then maybe he/she will buy you lunch 😉  In military communities I gasp when I visit a bible study and there are three people there […]

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Not Investing in your 56M

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Bad Idea: Not to Invest in your 56M or people who work under you.  Let them take a class at a university, volunteer with a charity, organize an event, and most importantly, empower them to use their gifts to help multiply the team’s ministry efforts.

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ETS Gifts

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I usually try to give Chaplains and Assistants unique gifts when they PCS or ETS.  My last assistant was a great kid from Georgia.  I bought him a little friend to take home with him, but this dude creeped out the entire HQ’s building for a month…I still see shadows of him today :/  And […]

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Invocation (Prayer) Generator

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I took some guy’s program to generate poems and tried to rework it into a invocation generators for my spur of the moment Chaplains….After 3 weeks I gave up 😉  Take it and create something special! perl -le’sub w{substr(“cococacamamadebapabohamolaburatamihopodito”,2*int(rand 21),2).substr(“estsnslldsckregspsstedbsnelengkemsattewsntarshnknd”,2*int(rand 25),2)}{$l=rand 9;print “\n\nthe “.w.”\n”;{print w.” “.substr(“atonof”,rand 5,2).” “.w;redo if $l–>0;}redo;}’    

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